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written article, but i can assure at least from my point of view mr. king expresses some concerns about the environmental review and its speed. and i can say that expedient and complete and thorough are not mutually exclusive, and you can do something and certainly i would expect the same analysis to be every bit as thorough. and this would be the case with any e-i-r, but that does not preclude it from moving in an expedient manner if it can be so done. and the other very interesting article by john wildermuth, very excellent journal on the housing wars, key to city's diversity, that's the title of it. he does talk a little bit the years of protest. it's well written, but a little self-laudatory in that we have a lot of problems, still a city which once had a huge middle class and had lots of families with children and had some of the highest sale prices of anyplace. we have to differentiate. i think these things he mentioned have done a lot of good things, stopping free ways from chopping up the city, shopping another western addition destruction as happened in the '60s, but there also
you guys see, being pros and cons of mr. king's proposal? >> both the cftc and the sec have a role in implementing the volcker rule. i think, the commission hasn't taken any position on this proposal. we're actively engaged with, at a staff level with the agencies, other agencies to move forward with the volcker rule-making, taking into account of enormous number of comment letters we got, 18,000, very complex set of issues but i think we're making a lot of progress, and as a staff person our goal is continue moving forward with the implementation process as expeditiously as we can. >> and though i'm not familiar with the proposed legislation, the volcker rule is one of the more challenging, maybe the most challenging of rules i think the regulators were given, to prohibit one activity, proprietary trading, to help the taxpayers not bear some risk. and yet, permit things that are important in markets. market-making, hedging underwriting and the like. so prohibit one thing, permit another, and then where's the border or bondary between the two? so it is one of the most challenging,
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